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The questionnaire prompted participants to rate the culpability of the perpetrator, the likelihood that the eyewitness conditions will lead to an accurate eyewitness identification, and the suggestiveness of the lineup procedures used by the police.
And just as Maddin works from the "trivial to the genuinely important," so, too, does Beard trace the source, nuance and suggestiveness of almost every detail.
Mr Foster also points to one of Chris Arthur's great skills as an essayist, the art of starting with a specific recollection or observation of a place, event or person, and then expanding this by reaching out in various directions: the introduction is significantly entitled The Infinite Suggestiveness of Common Things' whether they be birds, the sound of trains or types of cloth.
Sullivan's powerful suggestiveness is emblematic of Leveaux's production.
Haifa Wehbe (pictured), full of sexual suggestiveness, is the bad girl to Ajram's 'girl next door'.
It is likewise to be remarked, as a general rule, that there is far more of the picturesque, more truth to native and characteristic tendencies, and vastly greater suggestiveness, in the back view of a residence, whether in town or country, than in its front.
Solutions that resonate do so because they meet the exigence with emotional or aesthetic appeal, often achieved by the suggestiveness of the nomenclature itself, the way that words spur the imagination, perhaps through encrusted connotations or metaphoric power.
The pictures are superb: adding both atmosphere and suggestiveness.
The piece has a sexy suggestiveness beneath the social conventions of the 18th century.
Blending historical depth and theoretical suggestiveness, Genres of the Credit Economy offers a fresh instance of Poovey's interest in what she described in Making a Social Body as a study of historical epistemology or "the production of what counts as knowledge at any given time" (3), or, as she put it in A History of the Modern Fact, the question of "the organizational principles inherent in the kinds of knowledge by which subjects of the modern world manage our relationships with each other and with society" (xv).
Like the subtle, elegant terrorism of Edward Hopper canvases, however, the stories both invite and disturb, their world at once recognizable and entirely symbolic, characters shaped into forms but denied reassuring clarity, their stories driven by inexplicable forces, symbols casually blurring with quiet irony into archetypal suggestiveness as the aesthetic landscape itself edges uneasily toward the dreamlike.
It testifies to the intelligence and suggestiveness of this book that the only fault I could find with it is its failure to discuss certain implications of his theme, or certain analogues, such as the idea, found frequently in Romantic poetry, that natural objects are used to speak to us.